Kevin Corrigan and Michael Rapaport have starred together in 8 movies
Kevin grew up in the same neighborhood as Ace Frehley (lead guitarist for KISS). He used to get free posters and merchandise from Frehley's parents because they had no use for it.
Kevin's mother is an artist, his cousin is a fireman, and his brother works as a guard in a hospital.
In June 2002, Kevin played the role of Gib in "Shoppers Carried by Escalators Into the Flames" by Denis Johnson at the Dimson Theater, New York City, New York.
In February 2002, Kevin played the role of Jeff in "Lobby Hero" by Kenneth Lonergan at the South Coast Repertory theater, Costa Mesa, California.
Kevin can play the guitar and has played in several New York City bands.
Kevin formed his own band, Scooby Douche.
Kevin has a daughter named Sadie Rose Corrigan.
In 2001, Kevin married Elizabeth Berridge after they met on the set of Broke Even.
He is of Irish and Puerto Rican descent.
He made his film debut in 1989's "Lost Angels" and around that time, when he was just 17.
(When asked what his favorite comic is)
Kevin: The Hulk. I really don't know why though, because it doesn't seem like it would be much fun to be the Hulk.
(When asked about his view on fame)
Kevin: I saw this happen to my friend Mike last year. You watch other actors, other performers, riding some wave of attention. Then it's happening to you, and it puts a different perspective on things. Now I can think where my friends' heads were at when they were behind these things.
(Why he wanted to become an actor)
Kevin: Well, it looked like a lot of fun. It looked pretty easy too. Not that it is, but from a thirteen year old's point of view it looked that way. I started out with painting for a while. My mother is an artist. Actually, I was interested in doing comics.
(About his bad habits)
Kevin: I bite my nails. I'm a nervous guy.